The cover of @TIME: the #GreatReset is coming. Swallow the pill, folks, for your own good. The #Davos aristocracy at @wef wants the best for you & is so kind to reset your lives in 2021. No need for democratic consultation, which would but slow down the process of your salvation.
One of the many targets is the ' #FutureOfFood', tightly interlinked with the core activity of 'Developing Sustainable Business Models'
References to the diet are already commonly used in official policy documents worldwide to justify a shift towards plant foods (e.g. EU #GreenDeal). The SDGs and the Planetary Boundaries concept further serve as its formal framework of legitimization.
It's no secret conspiracy: EAT self-identifies as a 'Davos for food', planning to 'add value to business and industry' and 'set the political agenda'
EAT's industrial pillar is spearheaded by FreSH, a partnership with the @WBCSD, of which the President is member of EAT's Advisory Board.
FReSH "brought together 25 WBCSD member companies to transform the food system. More than 30 companies are now part of this project" - some of them here, ready to develop "The Future of Food" for you 👇
A common pattern is the strong anti-meat rhetoric by the FReSH member companies. And the ultraprocessed 'plant-based' business solutions involved, of course.

Is this how the Future of Food will look like? Like vegan ice cream?
Anybody surprised that BlackRock is on EAT's advisory board too, to decide about our global Future of Food and in support of the Great Food Transformation (check:

The world's largest asset manager and shadow bank:
EAT works very closely with the World Resources Institute. WRI's Board of Directors has close ties to Davos' WEF, large financial institutions (Goldman Sachs, ..), the Council on Foreign Relations, Rockefeller Foundation, Oxford Analytica, ... 
WRI's Corporative Consultative Group encompasses major players in the food and beverages industry too ( Its activities within the dietary sphere include the development of social engineering initiatives to implement EAT's Great Food Transformation.
Their theoretical framework is based on the “Shift Wheel” approach to “ #DisguiseTheChange”, make meat “socially unacceptable” & “constrain its display” ...
Which is all rather needed, since EAT perfectly know that we shouldn't "leave this to the individual or the whim of consumer choice". What is needed according to its commission is: HARD POLICY INTERVENTIONS.
And friends in high places. The World Economic Forum only goes so far. Better get that extra push too 😉
Stepping up. the above-mentioned EAT, WEF, WBCSD, WRI, UN, & their allies of the industrial-NGO complex (eg. WWF) are part of a "Global Commons Alliance" together with large business platforms [e.g., Ceres, Natural Capital Coalition, and We Mean Business] 
Oh look who's also part of this larger network (cf. red box in the previous picture). The winner of the highest environmental distinction of the United Nations: Impossible Foods. Is the UN now officially marketing junk food?
Or let me rephrase that: are the United Nations now giving prestigious prizes to forces that want to push animal husbandry into a 'death spiral'?
Because words like 'collapse', 'death' & 'elimination' seem to be part of the vocabulary indeed. So what's the timeline for this Great Food Transformation?
And the UN seems to be happy about mayors of global cities committing themselves to achieve EAT's Planetary Health Diet for their citizens by 2030? Which in an ambitious scenario means no #meat, no #dairy? Don't believe me? Read this:
In parallel to the #GreatReset, 'Action tracks' will be developed at the UNFoodSummit 2021 ( #FoodSystems); the track dealing with 'sustainable diets' will be chaired by EAT's founder (Stordalen) & will have the @WHO at its disposition as 'anchoring agency'
Will it really be the end of meat, as some within this network claim? No, the World Economic Forum will look after you - they'll make it in a lab. Which makes so much more sense. From a totalitarian point of view with control over the food supply that is.
But a bit of work left... Both for the tissue engineers & the ones working with amorphous Play Doh. 3D-printed lab meat still looks like this 👇 - but they're working on it 😅
On a more tragic note - the red line below indicates the level of meat proposed by the EAT diet (0-16kg/p/y) & how countries that meet this recommendation are also the ones with rampant stunting rates in young children. Adapted from
If you're #Australian, for instance, you'd better get used to such low levels of meat. A 91%- decrease in red meat & a quasi-vegetarian diet of mostly grains, beans & oil is waiting for you in 2050.

(at least according to a EAT/WRI/IIASA/FOLU report:
In #China, on the other hand, a country where there "is no policy that forces people to change their diet" (sic!), things are more relaxed apparently. In fact, *more* pork, poultry, fish, & milk is foreseen by 2030?? Obtained from:
In any case, they are ready to go "DEEP INTO the policy, regulatory environments, and businesses" of some selected countries. Colombia, Indonesia, Ethiopia first. Next up: Nordic countries, Australia, Europe.
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